Busyness isn’t just uncomfortable, it’s dangerous. There are few things as damaging—and potentially soul-destroying, as busyness. As Blaise Pascal once noted, busyness sends more people to hell than unbelief. -JD Greear
- Refuse to worry about tomorrow
- Create some margin
- Observe the sabbaths
We often waste the precious time that we have lamenting that we don’t have more. Jesus knew firsthand about limitations, since he took on our limits in the incarnation. – Rondi Lauterbach
The article brings up the point of no matter how busy you are, you can probably scrape out 15 minutes to invest in bible study. Fifteen minutes per day ends up being over 90 hours per year. This makes me wonder how much time I waste annually? Not that you have to be productive every minute of every day (there is a place for silence, solitude, and just being). But I know I waste a lot of time doing stuff that doesn’t deserve my time. How about you? When have you last audited your time?
Podcast Episode of the Week
Meeting Your Family’s Needs – Family Life Today
Starting at 1:10 to 13:00 is a powerful example of a dad being involved in his kids’ lives (he put his 12 year old daughter in jail). Men, we have to be involved with our kids, the consequences are too great.
Put an edge to your life!